This category contains not only our Celtic swords, but those of famous Scottish and Irish origin. Buying a Sword offers many excellent Scottish and Celtic swords for collectors and reenactors. Celtic swords often appear either as Celtic long swords or Celtic short swords, while Scottish swords include claymore swords, various basket-hilted swords, and Scottish broadswords in their number. At Buying a Sword, we are pleased to carry an excellent array of Scottish and Celtic swords in decorative and functional sword designs. The Scottish claymore is well-associated with the Wars of Scottish Independence, giving rise to the variety of William Wallace swords and Robert the Bruce swords we carry. Whether you are looking for a Highlander sword or a Celtic war sword, you can find many excellent options for taking to your upcoming battle or displaying in your home decor here.
Based on the traditional weapon of the highland clansman that has sown fear into the hearts of Englishmen for centuries, the Scottish Broadsword has a long, two-edged blade and a distinctive basket hilt wrapped in blued steel wire.
Some swords are designed to inspire fear and terror. Beyond the cosmetics of a terrifying weapon, some blades just inspire fear based on what they can do. The Scottish Claymore is one of these weapons, devastating in its simplicity.
A two handed sword is not just for intimidation. As the wielder of this Scottish Claymore with Scabbard will find, they are also powerful weapons, ones that by virtue of size and weight lend powerful impact to every swing.
This is a replica of an 18th century basket hilt sword with great attention paid to the balance, ornate hilt, and sheath. The blade of the sword is stainless steel with an unsharpened edge, so it is safe to carry and display.
Sir William Wallace, known as one of Scotlands national heroes, is a well-known name. He fought against the English for Scottish freedom, and to commemorate this, we offer the Scottish William Wallace Sword, by Marto.
There are many iconic images from Scotland, and one of the most notable is a tartan-clad Highlander fighting against English oppression. This Short Brass Wallace Sword is inspired by the mighty greatsword wielded by William Wallace.
The sword of William Wallace is, perhaps, one of the most famous arms of history thanks to the feature film Braveheart. This Short Silver Wallace Sword is designed around that, recreating a shorter form of the impressive claymore.
The basket hilt sword developed alongside the rapier, and was often dubbed a broadsword in comparison. This Silver Basket Hilt Scottish Sword is, by name and style, of the Scottish origin, where heavier swords were favored for dueling.
Based on the two-handed Wallace sword, the Single Hand Highland Sword is easy to carry. The blade is high-carbon stainless steel, and the fittings are nickel-plated brass. The highland sword is a must for a sword collector or re-enactor.
The tale of William Wallace, who fought for Scottish independence, is one that is known by many. This Sir Wallace Iron Claymore is a recreation of the sword wielded by this legend during one of the more modern portrayals of his story.
An absolutely stunning reproduction of 16th century Scottish weaponry, the Steel Scottish Claymore Sword is a functional weapon which exemplifies a claymore sword with its exquisitely powerful double-edged blade.
The Twisted Claymore, named because of its distinctive grip, is patterned after the two-handed blades that were commonly used by the English and the early Scottish during their near-constant clan warfare and brutal border disputes.